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Roderich Paesold violin model 804 - top
Roderich Paesold violin model 804 - top
Roderich Paesold violin model 804 - back
Roderich Paesold violin model 804 - back
Roderich Paesold violin model 804  ribs
Roderich Paesold violin model 804  ribs
Roderich Paesold violin model 804  scroll
Roderich Paesold violin model 804  scroll
Provenance: Bubenreuth
Maker: Roderich Paesold
Length of back: 35.9 cm
Year: 1976
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Roderich Paesold 804 violin

Since many years violins that bear the "model 804" label from the Roderich Paesold workshops in Bubenreuth, Bavaria, are internationally successful quality violins, recommendable instruments that are suitable for any orchestral and educational purpose. They are crafted of excellent tonewoods by experienced and well-educated violin makers. The reliably high standards of this German manufacturer are demonstrated impressively by this violin, that was built in 1976 after a wide Stradivari model. The colors of the glossy varnish are quite typical for the violin design of the 1970s and feature an interesting style, even more as the violin is preserved without any traces of use and in mint condition. Our violin maker made it ready to play with a new bridge and soundpost, so the instrument can unfold its convincingly bright and clear voice perfectly, that is rich in overtones, but without any sharp note, warm and with good resonance. "804s" of our days are often sold at about 1000 Euros, so this piece is a real bargain compared to its younger sisters.

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